Footsteps. By Umm Zakiyyah. Ismael and Sarah have what every couple hopes to achieve. Stability, dedication, and a comfortable life. Footsteps by Umm Zakiyyah. 3 likes. Book. Footsteps by Umm Zakiyyah. Book. 3 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook to get. Footsteps: a novel / Umm Zakiyyah. Author. Zakiyyah, Umm. Published. Suitland, MD: Al-Walaa Publications, . Content Types. text. Carrier Types.
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Stability, dedication, and a comfortable life. Jan 02, Sabrina rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked how the Nation of Islam was also brought up because it was explained and the difference it has to Islam which many people don’t know.
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Footsteps, the third in a trilogy to follow Umm Zakiyyah’s A Voice, is a story that stands on its own in both impact and inspiration. She writes about the interfaith struggles of Muslims and Christians and the intercultural, spiritual, and moral struggles of Muslims in America. It talks alot about the struggles that women go through to understand this and it also So, I have to say I was not as impressed as I was with the first 2. About Publish Join Sign In. Nadia Adnan rated it it was amazing Nov 09, May 12, Audrey rated it it was amazing.
When I reviewed ‘A Voice’ I said I thought it felt like the author’s writing style had matured, and that’s definitely evident in this book. To view it, click here.
I love that Umm Zakiyyah allowed us glimpses of all the families, which really helped us to imagine an established Muslim society and how everything affected many families not just one.
And the fact that Umm Zakiyya chooses topics that are interesting to Muslims as well not just a typical story about a Muslim in high school who has the same problems as everyone else but not really because Muslim.
It talks alot about the struggles that women go through to understand this and it also has a character that is ummm second wife of a man who is friends with Sarah. Footsteps By Umm Zakiyyah. Kirin rated it really liked it Oct 24, The book not only goes into the nature of polygamy but also explores the reactions and relationships of all the people involved. If I Should Speak 3. There were so many racially diverse characters, footsyeps I have never seen before in any sort of Genre: If I Should Speak 3 books.
Qurat-ul-ain rated it it was amazing Aug 07, So, I have to say I was not as impressed as I was with the first 2. Return to Book Page. Nusaybah’s zakihyah about not minding the “other” couple’s business reminds me of a friend’s similar sentiments Describe your issue Have a question not already answered in the links at left or on our main FAQ page?
Daughter of American converts to Islam, Umm Zakiyyah writes about the interfaith struggles za,iyyah Muslims and Christians, and the intercultural, spiritual, and moral struggles of Muslims in America. At the heart of the novel is the story of Ismael, a forty-seven-year-old biracial son of a White mother and Black father, and Sarah, a forty-nine-year-old White daughter of the racist South. My favorite of the three.
zakiyyaj I’m still iffy about the fact that men’s nature is polygamous and woman’s nature is jealous Mar 28, notRahimeanymore rated it it was amazing. Suzanne Kasim rated it it was amazing May 18, Thank you Umm Zakiyyahs. Refresh and try again. Just from reading the back of Footsteps, I knew the topic of zwkiyyah was going to be part of the book.
At the heart of the The journey began in If I Should Speak with Tamika Douglass’s path of spiritual growth and direction, treaded at the hands of her college roommates, Aminah and Dee, two Footstepd on opposite ends of their strength in Islam. Forming the thread that weaves the characters’ lives together is Alika Mitchell, a strikingly beautiful daughter of a mulatto mother and half-Nigerian father, who is conducting a multicultural research for her master’s, and who inspires in the reader questions that one is left to ponder long after the book is closed.
Nov 06, Chey rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I really wish that Um had someone like Nusaybah in my life because of the way she explains things and Alika, although not so “innocent” was a wise character for the most part.